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Get to know Mattituck

Sandwiched between Northville and Cutchogue on Long Island’s North Fork, Mattituck, a hamlet resting in the town of Southold, extends from shore to shore. Its coast on Long Island Sound is around 5 miles, much longer than its shoreline on Great Peconic Bay. The 9.3-square-mile hamlet contains three inlets, the largest of which is Mattituck Inlet. It cuts into the northern coast adjacent to Bailie Beach and flows south nearly to North Road, which bisects Mattituck roughly west to east. Between the coast and the inlets, Mattituck is prized for its plentiful waterfront properties, which are catnip to second-home buyers. Its scenic beauty is backed up by a long and interesting history: The first inhabitants were Corchaug native Americans, with English colonists settling in the 1600s and British troops holding the territory during the Revolutionary War.
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Commerce & Culture

Mattituck is not just for the vacation-home market. It nurtures a strong sense of community, with two public libraries, a community theater, and well-attended high school sporting events. Both year-rounders and summer folks enjoy the fun food scene. The several blocks of Love Lane, conveniently located near the train station, are widely known for excellent dining options. Love Lane Kitchen, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, is the place for stuffed French toast, Baja fish tacos, and double-cut lamb chops, respectively. Ammirati’s has BBQ and lobster-bake lunch specials, and Goodfood, just off Love Lane, is the place for smoothies, salads, and empanadas. Or you can do it yourself, biking from farm stand to farm stand. Meanwhile, Mattituck Plaza offers basic services and shopping.

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